#2531Ab – 1991 29c Torch ATM,self-adh,pane of 18

 
U.S. #2531Ab
1991 29¢ Liberty Torch
ATM-vended pane of 18
 
Issue Date: June 25, 1991
City:  New York, New York
Printed By: Avery International
Printing Method: Photogravure
Perforations:  Die Cut
 Color: Black, Gold, and Green 
 
To meet the strict engineering criteria of the automatic teller machines (ATMs), the first ATM stamps were made of polyester, a material that is not easily recycled. After successfully test-marketing the stamps in the Seattle and Pittsburgh area for a year, the Postal Service proceeded with research to develop an environmentally sound paper that would meet the same engineering criteria. The result was the EXTRAordinary Liberty Torch stamp, which used 50% recycled paper.
 
The stamp is the size of a definitive stamp and a dollar-bill-sized booklet contains 18 stamps.
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U.S. #2531Ab
1991 29¢ Liberty Torch
ATM-vended pane of 18
 
Issue Date: June 25, 1991
City:  New York, New York
Printed By: Avery International
Printing Method: Photogravure
Perforations:  Die Cut
 Color: Black, Gold, and Green 
 
To meet the strict engineering criteria of the automatic teller machines (ATMs), the first ATM stamps were made of polyester, a material that is not easily recycled. After successfully test-marketing the stamps in the Seattle and Pittsburgh area for a year, the Postal Service proceeded with research to develop an environmentally sound paper that would meet the same engineering criteria. The result was the EXTRAordinary Liberty Torch stamp, which used 50% recycled paper.
 
The stamp is the size of a definitive stamp and a dollar-bill-sized booklet contains 18 stamps.